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WA Dairy Innovation Day 2020

Get set for the biggest annual gathering of Western Australian dairy farmers and dairy industry stakeholders – Dairy Innovation Day 2020.

The Partridge family of White Rocks Dairy in Brunswick will welcome hundreds of delegates at their property for this significant conference and exhibition on Thursday 21 May.

Showcasing a range of dairy and agricultural production innovations and ideas, the Dairy Innovation Day program is designed to maximise audience learnings from the event hosts and their location.

White Rocks Dairy, together with the family’s White Rocks Veal brand established in 1989, have become a great South West business success story. 

The Partridge farm is also home to the Brunswick Dairy Museum, filled with unique memorabilia and vintage farming equipment that will be open during the day for delegates to explore.

Following the conference and exhibition, the crowd will shift to Bunbury to celebrate at a formal Dairy Industry Gala Dinner with a special guest speaker.

Western Dairy has several sponsorship opportunities and trade display spaces available for the conference, exhibition and gala dinner.

Since its inception in 2000, Dairy Innovation Day has been free for delegates to attend therefore Western Dairy relies heavily on sponsorship to continue to deliver and grow this valuable event.

If you have a product or service that could benefit from exposure to the largest gathering of dairy people in WA, discuss the opportunities with Western Dairy regional extension officer Jess Andony on 0435 174 719 or jessica@westerndairy.com.au

The conference program is taking shape and will be released in February, along with details of the gala dinner.

Special thanks to Dairy Innovation Day hosts, past and present:

2000 – 2003 Meadowbrooke Farm

2012 Hayes family of Cookernup

 

2004 Negus Family of Tutunup

2013 Ross Woodhouse of Warner Glen

 

2005 Kitchen family of Boyanup

2014 Guira family of Keysbrook

 

2006 Harvey Agricultural College

2015 Hortin family of Torbay

 

2007 Noakes family of Witchcliffe

 

2016 Merritt family of Elgin

 

2008 Rodwell family of Boyanup

 

2017 Lammie family of Busselton

 

2009 Dunnett family of Scott River

 

2018 Giumelli family of Benger

 

2010 Boley family of Scott River

 

2019 Daubney family and Bettink family of Northcliffe

 

2011 McGregor family of Busselton

 

2020 Partridge family of Brunswick

 

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